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May 19, 2011

Join Euromonitor at World of Wipes 2011 Conference

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Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Time: 9:45am ET
Title: Global Wipes: Recession, Recovery and Beyond

The global recession saw sales growth falter across home and personal care, although 2010 saw the green shoots of recovery returning to sales. The global wipes market which has exited this difficult period now looks markedly different even in two short years, so too does the environment into which it has emerged. This Euromonitor presentation at World of Wipes 2011 will look to define this latest stage of market development as well as examining the key opportunities and threats wipes face as sales edge closer to maturity.

World of Wipes (WOW) is the only event specifically for the wipes industry. Players from all areas of the nonwoven wipe value chain meet at WOW each year to discuss the latest R&D advancements as well as marketing issues. Organized by industry members, WOW features workshops, general sessions and numerous networking opportunities.

For more information, visit INDA @ www.inda.org.


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